Art About Agriculture
Seed Pod with insect eggs, leaf and Mid Century Grass, seen here and Passion flower Bud Drop not pictured have been accepted for the Art About Agriculture show sponsored by the Oregon State University School of Agriculture. The show opens virtually on September 3 and may tour the state at a later time.
2020 Margaret Hogg Art About Agriculture Purchase Award
See the show here:
Direct link to the Tension/Harmony virtual gallery: https://lasells.oregonstate.edu/image-album/2020-art-about-agriculture-competition-exhibition-tensionharmony-virtual-gallery
Register for the zoom opening here:Direct link to the Oct. 1st, 4pm - 7pm Reception (in-person and online): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2020-art-about-agriculture-competition-exhibition-tension-harmony-tickets-122095752683
Art Around Oregon
Log Rot Landscape: Tryon Creek 2 has been accepted for the Art Around Oregon show at the Art Center in Corvallis Oregon. I will take part in the Lunch Box Artist's Talk with 2 other artists on July 23 from noon til 2pm. You can listen in by going to:
Providence National Open Juried Exhibit
I am featured in the Providence Art Club National Open Juried Exhibition 2020. The juror was Matthew Hargraves, PhD, Chief Curator of the Yale Center for British Art. The Art Club is one of the oldest arts organizations in the United States and this show received over 750 individual entries making it one of the most competitive in the Art Club's history.
Small and Smaller
LA Artcore's (LAAC) 5th Annual Juried Exhibition was held in July 2019. exhibit kicked off the celebration of LA Artcore’s 40th year of supporting contemporary art and developing the careers of visual artists of diverse cultural backgrounds. Approximately 50 juror selected images mine among them, were exhibited at LA Artcore's historic downtown gallery in the Los Angeles Brewery Arts Colony, one of the oldest and largest livework spaces in the world.
Rot: The Afterlife of Trees
Log Rot Landscape was selected for this exhibit and for the exhibit of the same name traveling to the World Forestry Center in Portland Oregon, opening on March 11, 2016.